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Heimlich Heim·lich (hīm'lĭk'), Henry J(ay). Born 1920.

American surgeon who in 1974 developed the Heimlich maneuver, a technique of ejecting an obstruction from the trachea of a choking victim.

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  • heimlich reported this variety from Dekalb County, based upon specimens collected by the author and determined by Sargent.

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  • heimlich has reported Sargent's determination of many of these specimens in the Proc.

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  • It has recently been reported from White County by heimlich.

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  • No attempt will be made to deal with all of the extreme forms, and only those reported by heimlich and Sargent will be discussed.

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  • heimlich's record I regard as an error, see remarks under Abies balsamea.

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